Hey all,first off let me start by saying that I'm looking for possible suggestions as to what may be wrong with my daughter,she's two almost 3,and I'm going to give as much information as possible(some of which may be completely irreleavant)So please bear with me as any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
My daughter is developmentally delayed,and didn't start walking until she was almost 2,she's been walking for almost a year now,but walks very unsteady(almost as if drunk) and loses her balance quite often(it's not unusually for her to just be standing somewhere and just fall for no reason whatsoever)
She talks,but says very few words,she probably said close to 40-50 words at one point or another,but currently seems to be using only several words(Ocassionally thank you,cup,and mommy,oh and of course no and no way,that's about all I've heard recently)she does alot of pointing
her mood is generally very good,she's a very pleasant girl,while doesn't seem to care much for playing with other kids(she will play beside and almost mimic them though)and she does enjoy playing alot with me(meaning I highly doubt autism is a possibility)
Around October of this year she has started having mini-seizures(IMostly the type where her eyes will roll back in her head for 2-6 seconds before she'll snap out of it,usually returning to what she's doing,although she does occasionally seem aware of what just happened and fusses.occasionally I've seen a seizure where she'll stare off for as long as 30 seconds and will not respond or even blink)she is on valproic acid for the seizures,and they are controlled fairly well now.
Her immune system seems to be poor as she's been sick at least 5 times this past winter,although she's had plenty of blood work done and everything seems to be fine in that area...
any ideas would be greatly appreciated,also I was wondering if anyone thinks cerebral palsy is a possibility?Please help,thanks!
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